We’re proud to announce that Founders Press titles are now available for pre-order in Logos Bible Software! Devoted to teaching Baptist churches about ministry and theology, Founders Ministries has published numerous titles to help congregations in their mission to teach and preach the Bible. Now, these works are interconnected with the tools and features in Logos to make biblical references and historical events easier to follow, helping you to gain insight from both the Bible and Baptist history and theology.
Founders Press Theology Collection (10 vols.)
Understand the fundamentals of the Baptist faith with the Founders Press Theology Collection. In By His Grace and For His Glory, Thomas Nettles walks you through the history of Baptists from their early years through the latter part of the twentieth century, detailing key events, persons, and beliefs along the way. Stan Reeves provides a modern update to the classic 1689 Baptist Confession of Faith.
Fred Malone’s work The Baptism of Disciples Alone, is considered “one of the most important books on baptism to appear in at least the last two hundred years” by R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Including seven other theology-packed volumes, this collection is a well-rounded look at historical and contemporary Baptist doctrine.
Founders Press Ministry Collection (11 vols.)
Gain valuable lessons in pastoral ministry with the Founders Press Ministry Collection. These 11 works are valuable guides for pastors and others in ministry positions hoping to better lead and serve their congregations. Dear Timothy, a collection of essays by well-known pastors such as Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, and C.J. Mahaney, provides insights and suggestions for pastors in various aspects of their ministries.
Tom Nettles gathers various articles and short pieces by the founder of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, James P. Boyce. Terrell Suggs opens up about his spiritual and theological journey in his memoir My Journey in Grace. These volumes are profitable additions to any minister’s library.
These works perfectly blend the approaches of study guides and commentaries, providing scholarly exposition in an easily digestible form. Working section by section through Acts, 1 Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, James, and 1–3 John, these volumes are packed with accessible and practical insights. In Logos, these commentaries are linked with your biblical text, automatically scrolling with your Bible as you study the scriptures. Perfect for both pastors and lay people, these well-loved guides aid readers in understanding the biblical text and applying it to everyday life.